Wednesday, 26th February 2014

Training & Development

Walter Lilly continues to remain deeply committed to encouraging young people into our industry.

Following Andrew Crispin and Andrew Postlethwaite’s recent attendance at the Loughborough University Architectural Engineering & Design Management (AEDM) Careers Fair, we are delighted to confirm the acceptance of an offer of employment for our first design management graduate.  We are also providing three design management undergraduate year work placement’s commencing with Walter Lilly in July 2014.

The addition of these four design management students to our team will bring our total current headcount of Loughborough University trainees / sponsored students to twelve.

Our successful sponsorship arrangement with the students of Loughborough has now been running for over 15 years and we are excited to add Design Management to our already successful programme for the Construction Management and Quantity Surveying disciplines.

Our commitment to comprehensive environmental, health and safety training also continues…

Recent arrivals at Walter Lilly are undertaking the four day Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) course accredited by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and four day First Aid at Work course.

Existing staff are attending SMSTS refreshers, PASMA Mobile Tower training and Scaffold Awareness courses.

Thursday, 20th February 2014

Fresh Look Site Hoarding

We have started to update our site hoardings and the first one was erected this week on one of our private residence projects in Chelsea.

We think it looks great and big thank you to the team at Creativeworks for the design and to all at Gidden Place for the execution.

Site Hoarding 1

Monday, 10th February 2014

Walter Lilly History Video

90th anniversary video details our diverse company history

As part of our 90th anniversary celebrations we have commissioned a video detailing the history of our company.

Introduced by our Managing Director, Andrew Crispin, the video takes a light-hearted look at the key events that have shaped Walter Lilly – from card games to army trucks, creating the company that we know today. You can watch video on our website or on our Vimeo channel.


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